The course generally takes four semesters to complete. The first semester is the assessment semester, which lays the groundwork for the following semesters. Students must meet all the requirements of the assessment semesters to be permitted to take courses in the following semester. The second and third semesters serve to further consolidate students’ knowledge of the various specialist topics. In the third semester, students can also choose from a range of core electives to study a particular subject in greater depth. The fourth semester is reserved for writing the Master’s thesis, for the study week, and for a block seminar on digital leadership.
The programme mainly consists of modules that are obligatory for all students (medium blue). But there are also several electives so that students can specialise in areas of particular interest (light blue).